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Education System

Education System

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 Submitted By:Hafiz Ali RazaSubmitted To: Sir Rehan
 
E
ducation
Education in the largest sense is any act or experience that has a formative effect onthe mind, character or physical ability of an individual. In its technical sense education is theprocess by which society deliberately transmits its accumulated knowledge, skills,and values from one generation to another
Education
is the process by which people learn:
 
I
nstruction
refers to the facilitating of learning, by a tutor or teacher.
 
Te
aching
refers to the actions of an instructor to impart learning to the student.
 
L
e
arning
refers to those who are taught, with a view toward preparing them with specific knowledge,skills, or abilities that can be applied upon completion
System
A
system is a set of elements and relationships which are different fromrelationships of the set or its elements to other elements or setsMost systems share common characteristics, including:
 
S
ystems have structure, defined by components and their composition;
 
S
ystems have behavior, which involves inputs, processing and outputs of material, energy,information, or data;
 
S
ystems have interconnectivity: the various parts of a system have functional as well asstructural relationships between each other.
 
S
ystems may have some functions or groups of functions
E
ducational System Mean«.!
A
system is a group with at least one affect relation which has information
 
P
reschool education
y
 
P
rimary education
y
 
Secondary education
1.
P
rimary education
P
rimary
e
ducation
is the first stage of compulsory education. It is preceded by pre-school ornursery education and is followed by secondary. In North
A
merica, this stage of education is usuallyknown as
ele
m
e
ntary
e
ducation
and is generally followed by middle.In most countries, it is compulsory for children to receive primary education, though in manyjurisdictions it is permissible for parents to provide it. The transition to secondary school or highschool is somewhat arbitrary, but it generally occurs at about eleven or twelve years of age.
S
omeeducational systems have separate middle schools with the transition to the final stage of educationtaking place at around the age of fourteen.The major goals of primary education are achieving basic literacy and numeracy amongst all pupils,as well as establishing foundations in science, mathematics, geography, history and other socialsciences. The relative priority of various areas, and the methods used to teach them, are an area of considerable political debate.Typically, primary education is provided in schools, where the child will stay in steadily advancingclasses until they complete it and move on to high school/secondary school. Children are usuallyplaced in classes with one teacher who will be primarily responsible for their education and welfarefor that year. This teacher may be assisted to varying degrees by specialist teachers in certainsubject area often music or physical education. The continuity with a single teacher and theopportunity to build up a close relationship with the class is a notable feature of the primaryeducation system.Traditionally, various forms of corporal punishment have been an integral part of early education.Recently this practice has come under attack, and in many cases been outlawed, especiallyin Western countries
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